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Any pod people remember the wording of Paul's " you meet someone and agree on 1000 things, but find one thing to disagree on and......" ?
 
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I've worked with good engineers where we agree 98% of the time. But because of that last 2%, they are sure that I'm crazy. And the longer we work together, the more proof that builds up in my crazy column.

 
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Freud called it "the narcissism of small differences".

I guess you could say that we're lucky to have the freedom/energy to disagree over minutiae?
 
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paul wheaton wrote:I've worked with good engineers where we agree 98% of the time. But because of that last 2%, they are sure that I'm crazy. And the longer we work together, the more proof that builds up in my crazy column.


Boy, I had that all messed up. I must have heard it explained another way and tied it back to your podcast.
Apologies.

Nathan, that article unfortunately makes sense.
 
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I may have said it differently in a podcast.

It is a really common problem.
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